|Resources for Missing, Kidnapped, Murdered Children and Adults|
|If you think you have seen a missing child, contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at the number listed below 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.The National Center is authorized by Congress to provide over twenty programs and services related to missing and sexually exploited children.
|The FBI kidnapped and missing person link provides a summary and description of kidnapped and missing children and adults. Use the slider on the page to view all names and photos.
Once you click on a photo or name, buttons are shown on the right hand side that allows you to print a poster as well as submit tips.
|The Doe Network is a volunteer organization that assists law enforcement and gives cases exposure by placing them on their website. Volunteers search for clues on cases and make possible matches for missing and unidentified persons from North America, Australia and Europe. You can search the Doe Network database, review identified cases and located persons as well as review the Doe Network resolved cases.
|The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) is an excellent resource where Law Enforcement and families can search nationwide for missing victims or add new cases.
In addition, you can add details, photographs and other information as well as create and print missing persons posters.
|Resources for Victims|
|The Office for Victims of Crime is a government program that provides resources for crime victims, information about grants and funding, a library with helpful publications and videos and information about crime victims rights.||The National Hotlines List includes phone numbers for Suicide Prevention, Identity Theft, National Child Abuse Hotline, National Elder Abuse Hotline, National Assistance of Crime Victims Compensation Boards, Parents of Murdered Children and more.